arkansawyer wrote:r6_philly wrote:arkansawyer wrote:Well how high can the index number go? I'm trying to figure out how to calculate it with my fall grades added in...
Ummm. It's an "index" number, not a "decision" number. Indexing means sorting the files. I really don't think they make decisions based on the index alone... they will look at your LSAT and then your GPA, so what difference does it make how how it goes?
I just assumed the index number must be some way of comparing very similar scores. The bigger the better
Sweet tar. And yeah, a 4.5 is a nice index to have For context, A 4.0 and 180 would get you to a 4.82 (according to LSP), whereas I with my 3.7 and 171 am sitting at 4.2 (which gives me a 25% chance or less of admittance to CLS, historically). Good luck!